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FOX News
Jul 18, 2010 12:00am EDT
its suppliers of nuclear technology because that would involve going through u.s. banks so venezuelan banks are now the vehicle through which iran is able to bypass the embargo. >> sean: one branch of iran's development bank now sits in the venezuelan capital to facilitate the transactions. >> with chavez in the middle he can do their work for them and then handle the money taking commissions at both ends so everybody gains. >> sean: venezuela is also supplying iran with something even more valuable. >> an important reserve of uranium in the north of venezuela about 50,000-tons probably that iran is now able to tap. >> sean: so perhaps it is to coincidence that iran has erected a series of factories in this uranium rich area of venezuela. >> it is troubleing that iran has established some factories, a lot of people estimate that these facilitie factories are r armaments and that the ties, the so-called economic ties between iran and venezuela or perhaps syria and venezuela hide support for terrorism. >> sean: those suspicions are grounded in an event that occurred in november of 2008
FOX News
Jul 14, 2010 3:00am EDT
the republican u.s. senate candidate rand paul is at it again. in kentucky, an actual state, paul said america is enormously off more than the rest of the world. he cited an old russian propaganda film with four yanks with color tv. while the flick was meant to demonize capitalism, it backfired when they saw the tv. he said, quote, it doesn't mean we can't do better, but we have to be proud of capitalism. now, some aring knowing him saying his comments reflect a dogmatic surprise and government. to me that sounds like a compliment. the richest person in a third world country would trade that for the lowest running on the american ladder. i will go on to say the poor in the u.s. when viewed by the rest of the world are not poor at all. the poverty level for the u.s. looks like something to shoot for. according to the most recent data, there is 250 million tv's in america, two per household not including laptops, dvd players or in bill's case, homemade puppet diaramas. if you hate an neck dough tall evidence, you will hate what i say next. i watch "cops." every house has shag carpeting and an ov
FOX News
Jul 9, 2010 3:00am EDT
in motion what is expected to be the largest russian/u.s. spy swap since the days of rocky and bullwinkle. the randy redhead, i love that she's wearing a crown. and her cohorts are expected to be deported to russia, probably, in exchange for a case of vodka. no, we are getting russian spies, igor sukyagden. his name is igor, so he won't be pretty. he was plucked from a moscow prison in the artic circle and flown to vienna. so why the swap? it avoids costly trials that would damage american/russian relations for months or even years. and also, no one cares. no one really cares. you don't care. anyone, the u.s. has other security concerns. [music playing] >> greg: oh, trust me, when they gang up on you, they cover you to death. mike, you are the former spy here. is this normal? somebody gets caught, you just throw them back? [chuckles] >> it's a catch and release program. spy swapper program. first of all, you are right. nobody... cares. right? people look at these people like -- that babe with the tiara -- what that was all about? it doesn't match what they are expecting to see when you ta
FOX News
Jul 11, 2010 12:00am EDT
was the first u.s. reporter to go into peru's prison, a place known as hell on earth. >> behind me is a prison gouged out of the windy gray hills that stand outside of lima, peru. the international community of human rights describes this as the worst prison in the world. and any prisoner going inside without his own money to buy food and medication, their fate is sealed. he will rot to death. >> i am where nightmares are eternal. daunte's inferno is real. i take you into the belly of the beast. a a.band oned hope, all he who enter here. i will be the first reporter from the united states to document on hidden camera the horror of the prison. >> the guards don't worry here. they'll shoot, shoot to kill. you're dead. you're dead. there is no morales and no ethical code to go by. it's dog eat dog. the fittest survive. >> his name is john robbins. he walks in the prison three times per week. he's an irish missionary in a place where a cup of fresh water is a reason for murder. his god is a watchful god. >> it's like one... fate made, everything just gets water, when this comes running after three
FOX News
Jul 17, 2010 3:00am EDT
. it is not like they did something really bad like trying to enforce u.s. immigration law. i could see them upset about that. >> that is a remark directed at obama about priorities. ron, good to see you. it has been awhile. do you think bp is guilty? >> the fourth largest company making back room deals to further their interest, that doesn't happen. drill, baby drill just happens i guess. it is the stage four cancer care that has gotten alt better. thaten feuar yates me. he should have died within dayses. >> you should go to libya if you want to survive. >> it is prostate cancer. never released anybody for early released if they have prostate cancer. >> the treatments for that are effective. there are victims of -- relatives of the victims of the loc cee rbie bombing who are incredibly angry because they could have told him it was survivable. this is something that the british always accuse americans of doing, of being evil conspiracy mongers and this could be very, very bad. >> i think you are right. there are two major issues to look at. the doctor who made this diagnosis. i think an investigat
FOX News
Jul 28, 2010 3:00am EDT
, meaning the u.s. military, and get famous for it. the head of wikileaks, julian unsage says they are revealing the brutality of war as long as we are the brutal ones. he says he wants to help people who are vulnerable, and as he says i enjoy crushing bass tareds. as long as we are the bastards. we don't need anyone to tell us war sucks and no one wants the troops dead. but we are fighting evil here. the u.s. doesn't send suicide bombers into the crowded restaurants or fly planes into buildings, but it is the scum who do that this douche bag is helping. it makes me wonder if he had secret documents would he share those? since they don't fit into his own hit list, probably not. while a strategy of one sided transparency continues, it is only for our enemy's benefit. secondly, whatever julie thinks is unethical behavior is unethical because it is only true at a children's birthday party. a hit list is a to do list. but he is not doing to save lives. he is doing it to create systems on a grand scale, end quote, so he can get back to daddy and get on tv. if you disagree, you are
FOX News
Jul 3, 2010 3:00am EDT
magazine in "u.s. weekly." >> it depends on the grainy photos of possible terrorists siping their starbucks and walking down the street. >> they are just like one of us. >> exactly. right. i think this copies the oprah magazine model perfectly. you know how oprah has gail and her gay decorator friends write columns in her magazine? they sat down and said, who are the big names of the holy war? who can we get to pull in a subscription. whether or not it is a good recruiting tool -- it is pretty obvious if you are sitting there flipping through inspire magazine that you may want to be checked twice at the airport. >> that's a fair point. >> by the way, just because my roommate and i do deck cor it raiing doesn't mean i am gay. >> i'm sorry. >> we need to put you in the hot 100. all these women in full on burkas. you can't tell the difference, it is just the hot 100. a, i don't believe this exists. i believe this is a weird like thing done by a nut bag. either it is that or a prank. how can they do this without the cia finding them? >> how can they do this in this economic climate? can you ima
FOX News
Jul 4, 2010 12:00am EDT
that america went to iraq for oil. >> the violence of the u.s. imperial army. >> many people share cindy sheehan's beliefs. but what's the truth? reasonable people can argue that our intervening in somalia did somalia and us no good. but we made a terrible mistake fighting so long in vietnam. and that we shouldn't have invaded iraq. that's what these students are so upset about. >> the people united will never be defeated. >> very often students will accost me and say america has invaded all these countries. america invaded grey made da in 1983. american troops in bosnia and america invaded iraq. i say if america has invaded all these countries, how come we don't own them? >> good point. when the romans invaded europe, they kept it 400 years. they enslaved people. the spanish plundered what they called the new world and they made the native people their slaves. the british ruled india for 90 years. >> the british came to conquer and to rule. >> the french colon niced algeria. in fact, european countries took over most of africa for a hundred years. russia conquered more than a dozen coun
FOX News
Jul 8, 2010 3:00am EDT
,000 records. >> he's not in the u.s. senate. >> greg: maybe he should, john. maybe he should. >> you name the state? >> greg: california would be perfect. >> okay. against barbara boxer. >> greg: they are going to re-elect jerry brown. >> i can't believe that's going to happen. >> greg: he did have nice hair once. did lohan bid adieu with a secret f.u.? you bet your sweet bipy, she did. and your bipy is looking sweet. the freckled-face freak show sent a decidedly obscene message in a probation revocation hearing in the l.a. superior court yesterday. the court cameras caught the suddenly good actress's tears over the 90-day sentence and a barely visible and crudely nail polished expletive u. on her middle finger. kisee a black box. i think that's innovative. says the l.a. public defender of the mej to the man, quote, the judge could hold her in direct contempt, which could be 3 to 5 days in jail for vulgarity. let's take a look at the sob tape now. [music playing] >> greg: actually, that was sorcerer's cat. >> i love it. >> he looks like he's auditioning for harry potter. >> greg: we have
FOX News
Jul 27, 2010 3:00am EDT
letter that was excerpted in the sunday times. it is actually better than what was reported. the u.s. is not prepared to support mcgahee's released on compass gnat or bail. if they come to the conclusion al magrahi must be released, it is far preferable to be a commissioner released on grounds than the prisoner transfer. that's all they were saying. >> it is still woosie. there is no compassion for those who died. >> i agree. they basically said, we prefer that to sending them back to libya. why not telling them, no, you are not releasing it, and then why did they lie saying we had no idea this was going to happen. >> i think it is impeachable. it is going to the top. >> all right. >> i have said this before. >> and it hasn't worked out. this could be the one though. this could be the one. >> i will be right. i am like a broken clock. >> or you will be wrong. it is hard to say. some say you will be right. illegal immigrants are fleaing arizona. this woman says, quote, everyone is selling what they have and league. is this a woman headed for pennsylvania? >> and she is telling them wh
FOX News
Jul 29, 2010 3:00am EDT
the law, and the law lost. u.s. district court judge susan bolten, if that's her real name said not so fast to arizona on tuesday issuing a ruling that blocks key provisions of the state's new immigration law that took affect mere minutes ago. the judge blocked the section requiring arizona police to check the status of a person, quote, reasonably suspected it , end quote, of being in the country illegally. she nexted the part of the law that allows immigrants to carry papers at all times, and the section making it a crime for an illegal immigrant to seek or perform work. and you can no longer show up at their house and do this. >> it is uhing he can do that and not going anywhere. i agree on that one. issuing a preliminary injunction, they said the justice department is likely too, quote -- to, quote, succeed on the merits and showing that the provisions are preempted by federal law. meaning arizona shouldn't enforce immigration policy because the feds do that even though they don't do that ever. the arizona governor jan brewer will appeal calling it a temporary bump in the road. we g
FOX News
Jul 2, 2010 3:00am EDT
. and apparently when the flame-haired beauty was not gathering intel on the u.s., she was an on-line real estate entrepreneur, sounds important. last november she attended something called the new york entrepreneur week, something they don't have in russia, and a production company interviewed her. probably because she was hot. isn't that the whole point of entrepreneur week? roll anna, anna rollers. >> what are you up to right now? >> well, it is a very new start up. we started working on this last month, and i was trying to figure out business model and trying to find them in new york. so it is something we are going to work on for the next half a year, probably. probably try to raise money for it this is also part of my holding company which is based in europe. >> you know, i don't care what she says because she's hot. here is tape of one of her disguises. >> we were actually at a hilton and he wanted to go get the ice. i said go get the ice. i said, you will get stopped by people and he said, no, i'm getting the ice. you know what the funny thing was, ice wasn't on our floor. >> it was an od
FOX News
Jul 7, 2010 3:00am EDT
, fiunderstood you correctly. >> she's blown up. >> nice. the outer space treaty of 1967 prohibits the u.s. or any other signatory nations from installing any nukes or weapons of mass destruction in space and limits the use of the moon and other sleb celestial bodies to purely peaceful reasons. >> greg: that's so wrong. it is inevitability. >> it's the outer space treaty of 1967, greg. you can't argue with a treaty named that -- jayeah. but i was only four, though. no, three. so that doesn't count. >> no. >> isaiah, kudos for saying that we should tush muslin nations into space lids. i salute your bravery. nice knowing you. amy, you said nasa used to be role models and now they are considered in one of the biggest conspiracies ever. there is no maybe. we could go to the moon today, we couldn't have gone there in the 60s if we can't go now. >> i'm with you. i hear you. i'm with you. look what's coming out. >> watch out. [chuckles] >> this show's awesome today. >> odd, odd show tonight. >> greg: i feel like i'm in the condom season. >> congressman, what's the screaming lemurs. >> there is a
FOX News
Jul 13, 2010 3:00am EDT
. as to whether he is allowed to re-enter the u.s. without getting cuffed? quote, that warrant remains outstanding. that's a decent quote. at least now polanski is free to put the finishing touches on his latest film "the rollercoaster kid." >> what team did the los angeles dodgers play? >> i can't even hear anything! oh my god! holy crap. >> maybe mel gibson was on that ride. >> juliette, are the swiss right to blame the original prosecutor, or was this just a way out? >> was anybody shocked that the swiss didn't extradite him? >> the swiss wouldn't extradite hitler. >> no, it is the swiss. it is switzerland. >> although i love their clocks. >> do you realize lyndsay lohan will do more time in jail than roman polanski for raping a 13-year-old? >> it is ridiculous. >> the prosecutors probably promised him something. legally they probably just screwed up 40 years ago. >> now he will live the rest of his life in a chalet probably having sex with underaged girls. >> but he can never come back here. >> and that's where the way lewds are. >> robert, we hear a lot of hollywood support for the predator.
FOX News
Jul 16, 2010 3:00am EDT
reform. it u.s. did president say what he did, but he can say he passed financial rerm to. he is like that girlfriend. >> it is a bad blind date. >> it is the only pages that politicians are interested in are the ones between 18 and 20. you know what i'm saying? >> should the democrats be worried about november? >> absolutely. for sure. the administration admits it themselves. i am sick and tired of hearing the same thing from the left over and over again. the reason his polls are so low is because bush does such a big hole. he has not climbed out too fast enough. who is to blame for america's idealism? >> he says we will not go above 8 percent unemployment. we are near 10. he put the numbers out there. >> as a commi pink-o-your dreams are coming true. >> no. this is a dream. >> he is driving our country into a ditch. >> in america too. what is the expression? >> where the dope? >> i don't like that one. i never would have said that. a girl can change her mind. we are a nation of girls. we voted for him and now he has done it and he says you don't like it. they want government spendin
FOX News
Jul 21, 2010 3:00am EDT
or bad? >> it is bad, but it is necessary because basically the u.s. is saying to the world, yeah, so what? we are all in this together. we are the biggest economy. it is wildly you are response what we are doing, but we won world war ii and we have a fiat controversy and what are you going to do about it? in 10 years they will probably do something about it. >> does it encourage people by giving them extended benefit? now we are up to 99 weeks. it is like $33,000. i did the math before the show, thank you very much, people. you are welcome, greg. jesse, does this encourage people not to look for work? >> you know, of course it does. we all know that. the second people get benefits, we abuse them. we have seen it a thousand times. the second somebody gets health benefit, they just want to stay sick. >> it is true. >> actually it is true. people get more tests. >> as soon as i got my car insurance, the first thing i did was wrap my car around a tree. >> studies show that seatbelts increase accidents. studies as in something i just remembered or maybe i dreamt. but once there are more s
FOX News
Jul 6, 2010 3:00am EDT
at a moment when russia and the u.s. were just getting chummy again. i believe we have tape of some russian spies trying to learn the ways of the west. >> ♪ when i find myselfs in time of trouble ♪ ♪ mother mary comes to me ♪ ♪ speaking words of wisdom ♪ ♪ let it be ♪ let it be ♪ >> that's why they won the war, people. >> wow i don't know what it is. are you surprised russians are back in the picture? >> i'm surprised they suck at spying so much. they are using the same techniques they used when i was 6. asking the girl with the invisible ink? being a russian spy, it is tack key. it is like the wacky neighbor in a sitcom. >> it seems quaint. in the last 20 years what we have seen is an escalation in radical islam. when you hear about russian spies, they almost seem ind could of cute, imogen. they use lemon juice over their paper and hold it over a toaster and that's their message. >> they seem sweet and cuddly. and then we think yes we want the cold war back. i am hoping it is a punk
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